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Stanbic Uganda Cup 2019 – 2020: Round of 64 Draws conducted, prize money increased

2019 – 2020 Stanbic Uganda Cup:

Round of 64:  Starts 20th – 26th January 2020

The Stanbic Uganda Cup Round of 64 draw was successfully held at Turaco Hall, Serena Hotel on Thursday, 2nd January 2020.

The FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo flanked by the Federation Competitions Director Hajjati Aisha Nalule and the Stanbic Bank Head of Marketing and Communication Daniel Ogong attended the draws.

FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo shows off the Police pick from the pot. 

‘We thank the sponsors (Stanbic Bank) for the continued sponsorship. The opportunities in this competition are equal for all the clubs. At least a match in each of the round televised live in the 2019 – 2020 Stanbic Uganda Cup. Resources allowing, we shall have the semi-finals and finals televised live. FUFA will still pay for the CAF representatives on the continent for as long as they can progress’ Magogo noted.

Stanbic Bank reaffirmed commitment towards sponsorship with an increased prize money for a package of Shs 132M in total.

The breakdown for the top performers will see the winner  take Shs 40M, runners up Shs 20M, Semifinalists (12M each), quarter finalists (Shs 6M each) and round of 16 (Shs 3 M each)

‘We are pleased to again be part of the Stanbic Uganda Cup which is the biggest club football competition in the country. It is a very unique competition in that it enables small clubs at the lower levels of our football league system take on the giant clubs in the premier league’ Ogong noted.

Stanbic Bank head of Marketing and Communications Daniel Ogong (right)

The matches for round of 64 will kick off  from 20th to 26th January 2020 at various play grounds across the country.

The winner of the competition will represent the country in the CAF Confederation Cup.

Cathy Adengo of Stanbic Bank during the draw

2019 – 2020 Stanbic Uganda Cup Round of 64 Fixtures (*Home Team first)

  • Spartans Vs Paidha Black Angels
  • Kampala University Vs Kataka
  • Bugoigo (Buliisa) Vs Wakiso Giants
  • Catida Vs KCCA
  • Admin (Tororo) Vs Police
  • Fire Fire Vs Light SS
  • Kiryandongo United Vs Kigezi Home Boyz
  • Soroti Vs Kansai Plascon
  • Mbale Garage Vs UPDF
  • Kajjansi United Vs Vipers
  • St Marys  HeritageVs Express
  • Busia Young Vs Busoga United
  • Six O’clock (Bushenyi) Vs Kitara
  • Super Eagles (Gulu) Vs SC Villa
  • Mvara (Arua) Vs BUL –
  • Koboko Rising Stars Vs Bright Stars
  • Kakira United Vs Mbarara City – Kakira
  • Star Light Vs Tooro United – Soroti
  • Bugamba (Rwampara) Vs Onduparaka
  • Chimpanzee (Bundibugyo) Vs Nyamityobora
  • Gadafi (Jinja) Vs MYDA
  • Luweero United Vs Doves All Stars
  • Lugazi Municipal Vs URA
  • SanSiro (Mbale) Vs Kyetume
  • Kigezi FC Vs Bukedea Town Council
  • Young Elephants (Nwoya) Vs Marines
  • Katwe United Vs Proline
  • U-Touch (Gulu) Vs Water
  • Free Stars (Mukono) Vs Saviours
  • Ggaba Vs Kiboga Young – Ggaba
  • FHL (Moyo) Vs Ndejje University
  • Dove FC (Masindi) Vs New Villa
Anthony Tumwesigye picked KCCA away to Catida
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